Dan Lambert is a Fellow Engineer at the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) near Aiken, SC, where he specializes in process development for stabilizing radioactive waste generated from nuclear weapons production. He received his BS in chemical engineering from Ohio State Univ. and began his career with the U.S. Air Force’s Space Division. He has spent 34 years at SRNL, where he leads research for the only active nuclear waste vitrification facility in the United States.
Dan is a 39-year member of AIChE; an AIChE Fellow; founding chair of AIChE’s Virtual Local Section; former chair of the Career and Education Operating Council (CEOC), the Central Savannah River Local Section, and the Nuclear Engineering Div.; and a Webinar Advisory Editor. He also served on AIChE’s Board of Directors (2014–2016). He is a recipient of the Nuclear Engineering Div.’s Robert E. Wilson Award, the Local Section Shining Star Award, and two Gary Leach Recognition awards for service to the Virtual Local Section and the Blue-Ribbon Task Force on Local Sections.